One lad has taken advantage of the fine weather in Nebraska by turning up to a baseball game donning the infamous chest-hair ‘Mankini’.
A legend, named Tim, became a fan and camera favourite at the College World Series this week as Arkansas and Auburn went head to head in an elimination game.
Despite the do-or-die action playing out in front of them, the ESPN cameras couldn’t get enough of the chest hair bikini that Tim was flaunting.
He was most certainly the best dressed in all of Charles Schwab Stadium, clearly enjoying the sun and the game in front of him.
The spectacle itself quickly turned into a blowout for the Hogs, and as such the cameras decided that Tim was the best entertainment in the building.
Fans began coming up to snap some pics with Tim and all his chest-hair glory throughout the game as commentators genuinely couldn’t keep it together.
Lapping up the attention while effortlessly sinking a few cold ones, Tim was having the time of his life.
Josh Teeter from Red Cup News, a YouTube channel that interviews people at tailgates and college parties, decided to get close and personal with the legend and find out his reasoning behind the mankini.
He said: “I do it because I’m a legend… not really, I’m just that kid that doesn’t care in life.”
When realising that he was sitting behind first base at the World Series he thought it was the perfect opportunity to show off his hair attire.
He added: “I got an A cup, kinda.”
When his fiance was asked about his hilarious exploits, she replied: “I love it, I love it.”
Clearly, with a bit of liquid courage behind him, Tim decided to show off his alcohol downing skills to the camera by shotgunning a White Claw.
As he comes up, coughing for air, he revealed that the Claw was ‘like his fifth’, to no surprise to anyone.
"You didn't see that?" 😅— B/R Walk-Off (@BRWalkoff) June 22, 2022
This fan's look was priceless pic.twitter.com/eXwU3Gmw7k
Luckily for Auburn, no one will remember much of the game apart from Tim who became the MVP of the entire night and stole the show.
By the end of the game, he was viral all over social media.
On his way out of the stadium, he deservedly received a standing ovation from those around him.
Don’t be surprised if mankini's become the next sporting fashion trend.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Seth Kovar. Twitter/Josh Teeter.